By Courtney Young, Shannon Crocker, Billy Register, and Samantha Bergin
Who wore what at the Rolex jogs was on everyone’s mind yesterday despite the impending doom of the weather forecast. But as eventers are apt to do, the field of 45 riders persevered and jogged their horses through puddles and rain splatters and offered us a look at some of the best looks for Rolex 2011. Here they are.
photo by USEA
Dang, Boyd knocked it out of the park this year! The prepster tie with the tattersall shirt is perfect without overwhelming and, topped with a fedora, we’re off to play cricket with a Gin in Tonic in hand. With a distinctive look and point-of-view Boyd takes some risks here…and reaps the rewards tenfold. We’re not sure who dressed him (maybe his beautiful wife Silva?) but whoever it was, keep them on retainer! Fashion note: The cardinal rule with sports jackets is never button the bottom button. A sport coat will never have three buttons unless you’re an NBA player (and while Boyd is tall, he’s not an NBA player) And if you’re wearing s suit jacket, according to Nordstrom’s, follow the “Sometimes, Always, Never” rule. That is to say, starting with the top button it’s “sometimes” buttoned, the second is “always” buttoned, and the third and bottom button is “never” buttoned. One more thing: The flash noseband is removable, you should have done that. Kate Moss needs her belt back. All that said, though, good on you, Boyd.